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Gothenburg club and concert tips: Friday, Dec 19

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Gothenburg club and concert tips: Friday, Dec 19
09:34 CET+01:00
The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.

Djungeltrumman's Christmas party

Address: Orgia, Storgatan 47

11pm - 5am

Free entry

Age: 20 and over


Continuing a fine tradition, Djungeltrumman joins forces with Karltex for an annual Christmas party. Thigs will get going early with a snow machine, mulled wine, ginger snaps, Christmas presents and beer for Santa before the crazed dancing starts on the top deck. On stage: Detektivbyrån and Kool DJ Dust. DJs: Gustav Gelin and Johan Von Arnold. Make sure to come early.


Address: Styrbord Babord, Kungsportspalatsen 1

9pm - 4am

80 kronor

Age: 20 and over


Orgia is the watering hole we are all drawn to when everywhere else closes - too early as usual - and our appetite for crowds, alcohol and unexpected encounters has not yet been sated. This is where the Aveny and hipster crowds meet in an environment that is anything but relaxed, and where you have to hold on tight to your 62 kronor beer to avoid getting it right down your cleavage. The commercial techno that generally emanates from the decks is easy to enjoy.

The Eye

Address: Nefertiti, Hvitfeldtsplatsen 6

12.30pm - 4am

90 kronor

Age: 20 and over


If The Eye were Christianity, electronic music would be God, Nefertiti heaven and Fridays Christmas Eve. Saturday mornings would be purgatory and guilt-tinged day-after text messages the forgiveness of sins. The bouncer would be called Saint Peter and beer would be the sacramental wine. As it happens, The Eye is not particularly God-fearing club but it's still possible to experience hell there in the form of bloody long queues. This can be easiest avoided by arriving in good time.

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